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TIES Stakeholders Conference May 11-12-13 2009, Amsterdam
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List of speakers and participants

Bio's and intro's:
tiesproject.eu/Bio's and intro's

TIES Project participants
1. Austria: Austrian Academy of Science
Barbara Herzog-Punzensberger
2. Belgium: IPSO (University of Leuven)
Gulseli Baysu
3. France: INED, Paris
Patrick Simon and Anne-Claire Blanchard
4. Germany: IMIS (University of Osnabrück)
Maren Wilmes
5. Netherlands:
IMES (University of Amsterdam)
Maurice Crul, Jens Schneider and Frans Lelie 
NIDI
Liesbeth Heering and Helga de Valk
6. Spain: IEM (University P. Commilas)
Rosa Aparicio-Gomez
7. Sweden: CEIFO (University of Stockholm)
Ali Osman
8. Switzerland: FSM (University of Neuchâtel)
Rosita Fibbi

TIES-RTN Advisory Board

Ursula Neumann, Intercultural Studies, University of Hamburg
Rinus Penninx, IMES, University of Amsterdam
Luciano Scagliotti, ENAR, Italy

DMO Amsterdam (Social Development Service)
Judith Suurmond, officer at the Diversity section of DMO
Nabila Aoulad Taher, Stagebeleid en Beroepsonderwijs
Renske Emmelkamp, Hoofd Team Onderwijs & Talentontwikkeling
Jaap Lemereis, Jeugd en Onderwijs, strategisch adviseur
Hildegard Nefs, Beleidsadviseur Onderwijs en Talentontwikkeling

Stakeholders
Bio's and intro's:
tiesproject.eu/Bio's and intro's

Mait Adegår, Stockholm City Council
Jocelyne Adriant-Mebtoul, Paris City Hall, Politique de la Ville et
de l'Intégration
Deniz Akpinar, Verikom, Hamburg
Murat Alici, Stichting de Witte Tulp, Amsterdam
Huseyin Asma, Cosmicus Montessori College, Amsterdam
Benjamin Bach, Project Officer Education Support Program OSI
Ilyas Bagci, Principal of the Cosmicus College Rotterdam
Sait Bayrakdar, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
S
aloua Belahrir, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Annelies van den Berg, Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science
Eva Berkely, NICIS, The Hague
Angela Bryner, Basel Integration Council
Simon Burtscher, Okay zusammen Leben, Wien
Sandra de Bresser, Regio College, Zaandam, NL
Gelu Călăcean, DG Education and Culture
Mehmet Cerit, Cosmicus Montessori College Amsterdam
Florencio Chicote, Türkische Gemeinde in Deutschland
Adil Ciftci, Stichting Reflex, Rotterdam
Erika Dailey, Open Society Institute, New York
Emre Demirhan, Elele Migrations et Cultures de Turquie, Paris
Tofik Dibi, GroenLinks member of Parliament, the Netherlands
Arzu Değirmenci, Junge Vorbilder, Hamburg
Andrea Fraundorfer, Ministery for Education, Austria
Gamze Kurt, L'Assemblée Citoyenne des Originaires de Turquie, Paris
Eva Grabherr, Okay zusammen Leben, Wien

Joop Groos, Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science
René Hirsch, Cosmicus College
Astrid Holzinger, Austrian Chamber of Labour
Paul Hoop, JOS, City of Rotterdam
Mustafa Hussain, Muslims in EU Cities, OSF
Jana Huttova, Open Society Institute, London
Kim Jansen, OSF
Adrie Jongenelen, JOS, Gemeente Rotterdam
Lana Jurko, Network of Education Policy Centers
Gudrun Kainz, Chamber of Labour in Upper Austria
Miriam van der Kamp, the Netherlands
Gussun Karatas, ASTTu (Association de Solidarité avec les
Travailleurs Turcs), Strasbourg

Laura Kirss, Network of Education Policy Centre PRAXIS

Sarah Klaus, Director of the Early Childhood Program, OSF
Muharrem Koc - ASTTu (Association de Solidarité avec les
Travailleurs Turcs, Strasbourg
Anorthe Kremers, Stiftung Mercator, Germany
Adem Kumcu, Cosmicus Foundation, NL
Marina Lovelace, Madrid
Iván Lendrino Tejerina, Consejería de Inmigración y Cooperación, Madrid
Petra van der List, JOS, City of Rotterdam
Lisette Massink, FORUM, Project Platform Allochtone Ouders en Onderwijs

Umit Metin , L'Assemblée Citoyenne des Originaires de Turquie
An Moerenhout, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Fjodor Molenaar, GroenLinks City council member Amsterdam
Kim Moonhee, OECD
Martha Montero Sieburth, University of Amsterdam
Nina Mühe, OSF
Anasztazia Nagy, Roma Education Fund, Hungary
Ursula Neumann, Intercultural Studies, University of Hamburg
Anca Nedelcu, Education Policy Centre CEDU2000+
Mies van Niekerk, NICIS, The Hague
Selcuk Onlu, Turkish Youth association, Stockholm
Freek Ossel, Alderman ‘Diversity and Urban Policies’                   
Adem Öztürk, Stichting de Witte Tulp, Amsterdam
Yasemin Öztürk-Erpuyan, l'association A Ta Turquie, Nancy, France
Valentina Petrus, OSF, Bratislava
Maureen van der Pligt, City Council Amsterdam
Vladimir Rafael, OSF, Slovakia
Omar Ramadan, Projectleider Goal en RadarAdvies, Amsterdam
Isabelle Renard-Bae, l'association A Ta Turquie, Nancy, France
Esther Sarphatie, Project Capabel: Ouderbetrokkenheid.nl
Muharrem Aytug Sasmaz, Sabanci University, Turkey
Alfred Schmidt, VolksWagen Stiftung, Germany
Dunken Schuts, Stichting de Witte Tulp, Amsterdam
Sabine Severiens, RISBO, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Claire Shewbridge: Children of immigrants in school, OECD
Jeroen Slot, Dienst Onderzoek en Statistiek (O+S), Amsterdam
Marianne Spohner, Department for multicultural Affairs Frankfurt
Hans Stegeman, Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science
Julia Szalai, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
Veronika Tomka, Open Society Institute
Ceren Topgul, Population Association Turkey/Turkish Student NGO, Switzerland
Mary Tupan, ECHO, Utrecht
Fenna Ulichki, Gemeenteraadslid GroenLinks Amsterdam
Gungor Uslu, Stichting de Witte Tulp, Amsterdam
Ankie Verlaan, Adviesraad diversiteit en integratie Amsterdam
Jaume Viñals, Department of Education, Community of Barcelona
Jeroen Vlug, Cosmicus Montessori College Amsterdam
Guido Walraven, National Knowledge Centre on ‘Mixed Schools’
Liesbeth van Welie, Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science
Eva Wirén, National Agency for Education, Stockholm
Suna Yildiz - ASTTu (Association de Solidarité avec les
Travailleurs Turcs), Strasbourg
Belmir Zec, Intergration Office, City of Linz
Roland Zurkirchen, Fachstelle für Gewaltprävention, Stadt Zürich


TIES-RTN Early Stage Rearchers
Arne Sayes
Elif Keskiner
Ana Raquel Matias
Doreen Huschek
Philipp Schnell
Gulseli Baysu

NICIS PhD students
Marieke Slootman, IMES, Amsterdam
Juno Blaauw, UvA, Amsterdam





 
Superdiversiteit
Superdiversiteit (Crul e.a. 2013) biedt een nieuw vergezicht in het integratiedebat door de voorwaarden te schetsen van een grootstedelijk toekomstscenario van hoop.  Het boek is hier (scroll down for Super-diversity in English / Super-diversité en Francais! ) te lezen en te bestellen bij de boekhandel 

 
TIES policy brief
Does the Integration Context Matter?
Read it here
 
The Changing Face of World Cities
Edited by Maurice Crul and John Mollenkopf. Order at:
The Changing Face of World Cities pairs European and American researchers to explore how youths of immigrant origin negotiate educational systems, labor markets, gender, neighborhoods, citizenship, and identity on both sides of the Atlantic.
 
TIES Stakeholders Conference May 11-12-13 2009, Amsterdam

Education and the Transition to the Labour Market.

 
French Stakeholder meeting in Paris
TIES stakeholder meeting - 25 March 2009, INED, Paris

INED organised the first French Stakeholder meeting in Paris on the 25th March. This day was dedicated to the presentation of a selection of results from the French TIES survey, with the objective to stear discussions with French researchers specialists of the themes tackled by the survey, representatives of local authorities in charge of integration and anti-discrimination policies and with representatives of associations of Turkish migrants.

The meeting took place at INED, 133 boulevard Davout, 75020 Paris.
 
TIES Academic Conference 11-12-13 December 2008
At the TIES Academic Conference the TIES team presented the main comparative findings across the eight countries on the themes: Education, Labourmarket, Identity and Discrimination. Distinguished North American guests acted as discussants, and gave public key note lectures presenting findings of the main research projects on the second generation in North America and Australia.
 

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